Inmates May See Expanded DNA Testing A bill increasing the availability of DNA testing to anyone facing a death sentence has cleared a major hurdle and may soon face a vote in the U.S. Senate. As we learn, many unresolved details include who pays and how many cases will it reverse.
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Inmates May See Expanded DNA Testing

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Inmates May See Expanded DNA Testing

Inmates May See Expanded DNA Testing

Inmates May See Expanded DNA Testing

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A bill increasing the availability of DNA testing to anyone facing a death sentence has cleared a major hurdle and may soon face a vote in the U.S. Senate. As we learn, many unresolved details include who pays and how many cases will it reverse.